Our little slice of motor heaven is located on the original Route 66 in Springfield, Missouri. Did you know Springfield is the birthplace of Route 66? We’re in the heart of America and the heart of classic car country.
Sharing a passion with the public, Route 66 Car Museum is a privately-owned car collection located on West College Street in Springfield. Guy Mace started collecting in 1990 when he bought his first Jaguar and he hasn’t stopped.
The museum features more than 75 classic, sports, and vintage cars.
We welcome tour buses. Contact us to schedule your visit! 417-459-2452
We welcome small and large groups to the museum.
To learn more about us and to book your tour, contact us today.
One of about 50 utilized in WWII by generals in the German army. Our car won second place in the prestigious 2014 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance Prewar Preservation Class. It is 100 percent original, having been stored for over 50 years in South Dakota.
National First Prize winners of the Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA). This model represents the pinnacle of 1930s.
This car was a popular purchase of period movie stars. This model represents the pinnacle of 1920s.
Packards were sleek cars that were a step up from typical Ford and Chevy models of the time period.
American pop culture has been an important thread in people’s lives around the world. Cars are included in pop culture. At the Route 66 Museum, you can see some iconic automobiles used in blockbuster movies like Back to the Future and Ghostbusters and follow their colorful history.
American pop culture has been an important thread in people’s lives around the world. And the automobile has been an important part of pop culture. At the Route 66 Museum, you can see some iconic automobiles used in blockbuster movies like Back to the Future, Ghostbusters, and Days of Thunder.